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Sergio Agüero, one step away from Barcelona: for how many years will he sign and the condition put by Ronald Koeman

Kun reached an agreement with the Catalan club and will be partner of Lionel Messi

By Mauricio Saenz

Kun reached an agreement with the Catalan club and will be partner of Lionel Messi
Kun reached an agreement with the Catalan club and will be partner of Lionel Messi
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Sergio Agüero will become, once his contract with Manchester City ends, one of the great attractions for the next transfer market in Europe. Despite the fact that he is a few days away from his 32nd birthday, and that he comes from overcoming an injury to one of his knees that had him battered for much of the season, Kun could strengthen any of the forwards of the best teams in the world.

With the recent consecration of the Citizens in the Premier League, and two weeks after playing the Champions League final against Chelsea in Portugal, a news shook all of Europe in the last hours. It is that according to the sports newspaper Sport, Barcelona and Agüero would have an agreement in principle for the former Independiente attacker to be a player of the Culé institution from 2021-2022.

The Catalan media indicates that the Argentine would have lowered his economic claims to fulfill the desire to share a team with Lionel Messi, his great friend and that he is also in the middle of negotiations at the hand of his father Jorge together with Joan Laporta, head of the club blaugrana. The contract that would unite Agüero with Barcelona would extend for the next two years.

In addition to the details of the link, another of the guidelines for the arrival of the top scorer in the history of Manchester City would be that Ronald Koeman himself already gave the go-ahead for Kun's arrival at Barça, as long as said signing do not interfere with the hiring of the Dutch Memphis Depay. The footballer, who the coach had when he was in charge of the Netherlands national team, would be one of the priorities to be incorporated for next season.

At first, Agüero would not arrive as the forward aimed to be the new reference for the attack of a team that suffered from a lack of goal due to the departure of Luis Suárez. The Uruguayan left Barcelona for Atlético Madrid, a team that is one step away from the Spanish league title, and his contribution was key in several passages of the championship in which he has scored 19 goals, the fourth highest scorer in the competition. The idea would be that the Olympic champion in Beijing 2008 is a replacement player for the Barcelona attack.


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